Public-Private Partnerships

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The Mangano administration launched notable public-private partnerships to save taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars while improving services for residents.  Successes include:
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  • $233+ million in savings through a public-private partnership with United Water for the operation and maintenance of wastewater facilities, including a guaranteed $10 million in annual savings;
  • $30 million in annual savings by launching a public-private partnership for Nassau County's bus system;
  • $7 million in annual savings by entering a public-private partnership at the jail for inmate healthcare services;
  • millions in utility and capital improvement savings through a public-private partnership to transform the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum into a world-class arena;
  • new indoor twin ice skating rinks and an outdoor rink at Eisenhower Park without any cost to the taxpayer;
  • a privately-funded Museum of American Armor - which generates new revenue for the Old Bethpage Village Restoration and creates a permanent living classroom for a new generation of Americans to appreciate the battlefield sacrifices made on their behalf;
  • new athletic fields at Mitchel Athletic Complex - constructed in partnership with Molloy College without taxpayer dollars and open for use by our residents; and
  • the NY Cosmo’s Practice Field – a new soccer field at Mitchel Athletic Complex - constructed without taxpayer dollars and open for use by our residents.  
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